Pratham works in Frontier’s Competition practice where he enjoys applying economic theory to help solve real world problems facing governments, regulators and businesses.
Recent examples of his work include assessing follow-on damages from a cartel case, supporting a client involved in abuse of dominance litigation in front of the UK’s Competition Appeals Tribunal, assisting a financial services client in its response to a market study conducted by a sector regulator, and providing economic advice to a multi-national in scope of the Digital Markets Act.
Prior to joining Frontier, Pratham was a Senior Competition Economist within the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.
Pratham has an MSc in Economics from Birkbeck College, University of London, and holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Bath.
Outside of Frontier, he enjoys supporting Chelsea FC, playing badminton and underperforming at pub quizzes.